Needs hwaccel off 1 See the radeon drivers page. Cards supported in the first and second editions but not tested in the current system: This covers most laptops. The following laptops are known not to work with Plan 9: Works perfectly with Elpin Banshee Rev 1.
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Downloads for Intel® PRO/100 VM Network Connection
We have had good experience with these models on Plan 9 file servers: USB mice are supported via a user-space driver. The following laptops are known not to work with Plan 9: S3 Savage Savage 4 Yes?
The mouse controllers do not follow the same protocol that all other 3-button mice do for reporting the button count. The following cardbus controllers are supported: The middle mouse button on the virtual VMware mouse appears not to work when running Plan 9 under Windows on certain laptops, notably IBM Thinkpads.
There is also a list of known broken hardware. If your chipset is not listed or listed 825622em not supported, try the VESA driver by entering “vesa” as your monitor type. Bug identified by Russ Cox, but hard to solve. This page lists hardware known to work with Plan 9. Works perfectly with Elpin Banshee Rev 1.
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Downloads for Intel® 82562ET Fast Ethernet Controller
Supported but not as well tested: This covers most laptops. We’ve had limited experience with these models bought usedand they failed within a few months, one mechanically and the other inttel Cards not listed here are still worth trying! The following laptops worked in previous releases and may work in the current one: Current Page – Last modified Fri Jan 25 Some people have reported problems with DVI. Laptops are often the hardest systems to get Plan inel running on, because you can’t choose the hardware piece by piece.
Plan 9 can use some basic acceleration features such as filling and scrolling rectangles. S3,Yes 2?
USB audio devices that have been reported to work: The following cards are known to work using VESA. Plan 9 supports generic floppy drives, although some people have had trouble dod them. USB floppy drives are not supported. The FX and up seem to be built much more sturdily than the smaller jukeboxes, which are the size of large tower PCs.
Supported PC Hardware (as of Fri Jan 25 CET )
For VGA cards it is more intle to describe the chips we support rather than the cards they are based on, since the cards are more ephemeral. There is preliminary support for the scroll wheel and extra buttons as on the Toshiba Portege CT.
Cards supported in the third edition but not tested in current system: Cards supported in the first and second editions but not tested in the current system: Needs hwaccel off 1 See the radeon drivers page. Media M-O disks and jukeboxes can be had cheaply on ebay. Virtually any modern SCSI jukebox will work. These aren’t being made any more, but you might be able to buy them used. Can’t set record speed M-Audio FastTrack USB recording untested; gets “Can’t set record speed” message on startup; setting and volume succesds but has no effect.